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Dylan Ranney shared some of his thoughts and sculptures including a 5-and-a-half foot tall metal robot named Roger made entirely with recycled material. This Kelowna-based UBCO grad is not only an incredible sculptor, painter, and musician (unfortunately he wasn't able to whip out his killer drum chops during this presentation) but has some inspiring thoughts […]Continue Reading
TribeHouse: Which artist do you admire most (and why)? Gord Whyte: I admire any person that has the desire to express themselves on a canvas. It takes courage to take your your deep feelings & heart and see it manifested on a canvas where anyone who views it either hates it or likes it. There is […]Continue Reading
As one of the 10 artists who performed at the TEN-TEN-TEN event, artist Katie Brennan presented some thoughts on how art has the ability to impact culture in relation to issues of social justice. Along with sharing some of her personal pieces, she highlighted a few provocative artists like Ai Weiwei who “expresses himself and organizes people through […]Continue Reading
A couple of months ago we hosted “A conversation with Paul Young” (AKA William P. Young) at Bottega Farm Inn which had an emphasis on how his book, The Shack, had such a massive impact on so many people around the world. Paul calls this accidental success “one of God’s biggest jokes” and talked about the journey […]Continue Reading
In this Art Leaks, we caught up with singer / songwriter Rachel Taylor from Boston who drove (yes, drove) to Kelowna to hang out & play a couple of shows. Rachel, a former Berklee student who makes up 1/3 of the band “Maeve“, shares some thoughts on what gives her life and the pain-inspired tracks of her […]Continue Reading
Our friend Rod Janz (who runs a blog called Fuel Radio where he connects and features all kinds of artists / authors and others) showed up at Lille Gard Festival a couple of weeks ago and captured some backstage stories and interviews with some of the performing artists like Chris Janzen, Nuuka, Joshua Smith, and […]Continue Reading
As one of the 10 artists who performed at the TEN-TEN-TEN event, ventriloquist Jesse Padgett works his puppetry magic by introducing the topics of arts, faith & justice via “Grandpa”. When’s the last time you’ve learned something from a puppet? TEN-TEN-TEN was an experimental event held on May 24, 2012 at Bo.ttega Farm Inn. The […]Continue Reading
Originally posted by Jim Biggs on his blog who “lives at the intersection of Art and Faith, trying to keep traffic moving.” Most historians agree: art only flourishes in wealthy cultures. Everybody else is too busy just staying alive. A case in point is the Haida Indians on Canada’s west coast. Apparently the fish were so […]Continue Reading
Nathan Hare is a Kelowna based story-teller, spoken word poet, and musician. At the TEN-TEN-TEN event he shared some wittymusings (pretty sure they’re based on actual events) on his life as a 16 year old high school student and you can bet your cat on the fact that this won’t be thelast we see of Nathan. […]Continue Reading
We have featured Kelowna-based artist Nikki Balfour on our site before but someone (ya, his full name is Roger Freeman) just sent us a tip on this latest short film by Clayton Arnall which features some more incredible footage of Nikki’s work to the soundtrack of a Bon Iver tune “Perth”. For those who are familiar […]Continue Reading
Bottega Festival July 17th and 18th
July 17 2015
BOTTEGA FESTIVAL IS A MUSIC AND ARTS COMMUNITY GATHERING IN KELOWNA BC NESTLED IN…
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InnCluded is a music compilation to benefit those without a home. Tribehouse has put together a fine music compilation to benefit “Inn From The Cold” homeless shelter in Kelowna BC.
The project is called…
Adam Dickens – TAKING PICTURES, CHANGING LIVES
Adam Dickens is a photographer and designer based in London, working in the UK, East Africa and Asia.
Adam Dickens’ design work is very well known in the UK having built…
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